The problem from the SPE-29110 paper is an extended test for three-phase three-dimensional Black-Oil modelling technique. The problem description can be found in: Killough, J.E. 1995 Ninth SPE Comparative Solution Project: A Reexamination of Black-Oil Simulation. 13th SPE Symposium on Reservoir Simulation, San Antonio, Feb 12-15, 1995 DOI:10.2118/29110-MS. The problem involves oil production from a dipping initially undersaturated reservoir. There are 9000 grid blocks in total (rectilinear grid: 24*25*15). The permeability distribution is heterogeneous whereas the porosity distribution is homogeneous in every layer. The dip angle is 10 degrees. The oil-water capillary pressure is exposed to rapid variations under small saturation changes. There are 25 producers and a single water injector which is completed below oil-water contact. The field (and well) oil and gas production rates, bottom-hole pressures, GOR, water cut, pressure and saturation distributions should be reported every 15 days through 900 days of production.
|SPE9.RUN||2015.D||Input file for the 9th SPE Comparative Study.|
|SPE9.PERMX||-||Heterogeneous permeability distribution.|
|SPE9.pvsm||-||ParaView state file for the output visualization and postprocessing.|